I was so excited to have all the girls over for a fun dinner and a chance to meet my friend, Mystic Michaela! And honestly, I thought we’d all have fun getting our auras read and having dinner together, but of course nothing ever goes as planned...
I think people are sometimes afraid of psychics either one: because of what they’re hiding or two: because of what they already know to be the truth. But Mystic Michaela provides so much insight into your life so I thought it would be nice to be able to provide that sort of insight to my friends.
It was so upsetting that Peggy was my first friend to arrive and she was immediately off-putting to Mystic Michaela. If she didn’t want to read by her, that’s perfectly fine, but I was so disappointed with how rude she came off. Sure, stick to your beliefs, but she is still a person, a guest in my home and my friend. It was the perfect example of how ignorance and fear breeds stereotypes.
Not only was Peggy rude to my friend, but wow, what a time to bring up the David/Diko conversation to Shannon! Horrible timing. Not to mention, I thought this was already hashed out? I don’t understand why Peggy can’t communicate effectively – she just plays dumb and it’s so transparent. How inappropriate for Peggy to ask Shannon if she trusts her husband. Then when Shannon says, “don’t go there,” Peggy’s response is, “I don’t know anything.” What?! She implicated herself right there. Shannon is so emotive and wears her heart on her sleeve, so what did Peggy think her reaction would be? Peggy needs to learn better timing and really needs to stop with the cancer card. She gets mad when anyone talks about her health, but she keeps bringing it up. Don’t bring it up if you don’t want to talk about it.
I loved how Tamra and Shannon were so accepting and open-minded with Mystic Michaela, regardless of their strong Christian beliefs. Kind of funny how Vicki is afraid of a psychic, yet I’ve watched her have multiple psychics on TV...guess she has something to hide? And I knew Lydia wouldn’t want to have anything to do with a psychic, but at the same time, why not? They are people, too, made in the image of God. It was a little disappointing, but I’m happy that she still decided to come for dinner and wasn’t disrespectful about it.
Before the girls came over, I loved having Mystic Michaela read our logo for The King Collection and so far, she’s right on! The brand is going great and is definitely expanding! We’ve already added two new scents! After the girls left though, I felt so bad for her...she was so drained from all of that energy! She was respectful of everyone’s wishes and made them all feel at ease (if not initially because of their pre-concerned notions), so I just wish people wouldn’t judge her because of her gift. She has so much healing insight to offer the world.
Are you excited for Iceland next week?! It had to have gone better than Ireland, right? Stay tuned!
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